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PGA Merchandise Show — The Wrap

Last year I was a PGA Tour virgin. And I’ll admit the show kind wasn’t a tender lover. It is big and bold – full of endless meetings and discussion on MOI, color patterns, shaft options, shoe styles and the industry in general. It is also...

Gear review: ES12 and Swingbyte

Gear review: ES12 Digital Assistant and Swingbyte The scoop: For years if you wanted key figures on your swing you turned to one of two high-end devices, either a Trackman or a Flightscope. Trackman costs can exceed $20,000, so this isn’t...

A first look at RocketBladez

There’s a lot of buzz about TaylorMade’s RocketBladez, the iron the clubmaker launched earlier this week. No one does marketing and promo as well as TaylorMade — and so it didn’t come as a huge surprise that a box...

Friday Faves: Edel Putters, Oviinbyrd's...

In this edition of Friday Faves: What’s not to love about Edel putters? I had mine set up by Liam Mucklow at the Golf Lab, and it is a wonder. Liam set me up for a variant on a belly putter — this one anchors at my sternum —...

Friday Faves: Beacon Hall and...

A look at products and places that have caught my attention: Interestingly, I’ve walked every round I’ve played this year with the exception of two — one at Eagles Nest and one this past week at Coppinwood (where I was trying...

The art of spinning — pureing catches...

Walking onto the range at Beacon Hall last week I was quite surprised to see a tour trailer parked on the end of the bent grass. I immediately recognized the trailer — its huge Mobile One logos are hard to miss — as the flagship of...

Fave Fridays II: Five (more) things I'm...

Vokey 48 wedge – I’ve had my typical AP2 wedge in my bag for some time, part of a set I started playing more than two seasons ago. Somewhere along the way I lost faith in it – or it lost faith in me. Not sure which. Anyway, I was at Eagles Nest...

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